City Wok lands at Denver International Airport
Photo courtesy of Denver International Airport
Denver International Airport is continuing to upgrade its food offerings. This week City Wok opened on the B concourse mezzanine, giving DIA travelers a healthy, made-to-order dining option.
Although most of the restaurants that will open at the airport this year boast local owners, City Wok is based out of California; it also has an outpost at Dulles International Airport.
DIA's City Wok is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and woks up fresh Chinese dishes on the spot that you can then enjoy in the spare dining area, or carry to you plane. (Sorry, there's no delivery at this location, which is City Wok's sixth.)
Among the local operations that will soon have outposts at DIA are Steve's Snappin' Dogs, Elway's, Root Down, Udi's and TAG.
Cru, a Wine Bar and two Vino Volo locations already opened at the airport earlier this year.
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